Faculty of Religious Studies Graduate Students' Conference, sponsored by the Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR). Graduate students from McGill, Concordia, Université de Montréal, McMaster, Queen's, York, Carleton, University of Toronto, University of Ottawa, University of Alberta, University of Calgary, Suny, University of Chicago, Boston College, Oxford University and Université Paris-Sorbonne are coming together to present papers in a number of panel sessions. For panel names and full conference details, see the website below.
A selection of 18 works by students in the Faculty of Education Painting courses (EDEA 205 and 304) which accent artifacts and specimens at the Redpath Museum. Curated and organized by Veronika Horlik, the course instructor.
Come join your fellow McGill grads in the Columbus area for our first ever Pub Night! It's an opportunity to network, reconnect with old classmates and meet new people in your city. Feel free to bring along friends.
The McGill Alumni Association of Vancouver extends a cordial invitation to graduates, family and friends to attend a McGill on the Move lecture and reception with Nicole C. Couture, Canada Research Chair in the Anthropology of Early Urbanism, Dept of Anthropology, McGill: "Ancient Treasures or Plain Old Trash?: The Archaeology of an Ancient South American City."
Chaim Saiman, assistant professor, Villanova University School of Law
Dr. Annick Gauthier, Boehringer-Ingelheim. Chair: Dr. Gruenheid.
Second language acquisition of Japanese wh-constructions
Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop (see website below for details)
First-year law student Phil Duguay will speak about his experiences working for Mines Action Canada on the landmine situation in Ethiopia. The presentation will feature photos and video from the region, a discussion on Canada's role in the implementation of the Mine Ban Convention (Ottawa Convention), and internship opportunities for young people. A Human Rights Working Group presentation for Canadian Landmine Awareness Week.
Emile Bienvenu, currently in residence at the Faculty of Law, is a pharmacist with a master's degree from the University of the Western Cape in South Africa and a lecturer at the National University of Rwanda. His research focuses on rational use of medicines for key diseases and on good pharmacy practice. His current research interest seeks to optimize pharmacotherapy in HIV/TB/malaria co-infected patients. A co-presentation of the CIPP with the HRWG on HIV/AIDS and Public Health.